Lebanon Reporter

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July 28, 2012

Two records set at 4-H auction

Lebanon — Two records were set at Thursday’s Boone County 4-H Fair Livestock Auction.

Ray Solomon of the Harrison Hustlers 4-H Club knew his father was putting together a group of buyers for his grand champion barrow, but the record $8,025 was a surprise.

“I wasn’t expecting that,” Solomon said as he exited the sales ring. “I want to thank all the buyers.”

The 10-year member hasn’t decided how he’ll use the money. He will attend Purdue University in the fall.

For the rest of this story, see the July 28 issue of The Lebanon Reporter.

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